Neolibertarianism is an economically right-wing, moderate libertarian, and culturally variable, albeit usually, right-leaning ideology who is the child of Libertarianism and Neoconservatism. His beliefs stem from the concept that negative rights are largely incompatible with a strictly limited government, and thus, he is generally supportive of government involvement in society as long as it "promotes greater liberty". The most generally distinguished of these policies Neobert believes "promote greater liberty" are foreign military interventions, which puts him at odds with the majority of the people within his quadrant while being very friendly to Neoconservatism.
On this wiki, he is used to representing the ideology of conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, over large disagreement on whether he's a Libertarian Conservative(which he self-describes as), or a Neoconservative(for his strong support of American foreign interventionism).
The first neolibertarians used the term in response to the Iraq War. Distancing themselves from the generally anti-war response of the mainstream libertarian movement, neolibertarians proudly set out their reasons for supporting the War on Terror and an effort to secure the freedom of the Iraqi people.
While most libertarians tend to adopt isolationist positions on issues and matters of war, neolibertarians range anywhere from ambivalent to strongly for intervention: The Iraq War, and to a lesser extent, the U.S. Invasion of Afghanistan represent ongoing disputes between these factions.
Another key difference is in regards to domestic policy, where neolibertarians are strong advocates of incrementalism, i.e. making many small changes over time. By contrast, mainstream libertarians tend to advocate for drastic, almost-immediate policy changes.
Despite getting along better with Neoconservatism, they have arguments with them as well. Where neoconservatives strongly support the building of capitalist states after defeating/overthrowing non-cappies by force, neolibertarians are more concerned with letting Capitalism operate after any military victory. If capitalism is allowed to operate, they argue, the former subjects of militarily defeated governments will naturally arrange governments (whatever the form) that are, if only out of political expediency, more friendly to their subjects' newfound economic freedoms, and therefore, much less likely to jeopardize the benefits, which neolibertarians believe capitalism offers.
Kogosianism is the ideology of youtuber and digital influencer Paulo Kogos, known for representing the small Brazilian anarcho-capitalist community. Despite considering the state institution illegitimate, Kogos is opposed by many libertarian thinkers for seeking to incorporate unorthodox ideas into the anti-state discourse, such as militarism, Bolsonarism, and advocacy for an increased authority of the Catholic Church.
Kogos is an avid admirer of the Middle Ages and anything related to this epoch; at times, he had uttered his desire for society to function along the lines of that time, and supported the reorganization of military Crusades in Europe to fight the "invaders". Also, he believes that liberalism, under the guise of liberty, has enslaved society via the authority of the state, as it made the people vulnerable to indoctrination when the "moral values" were replaced by "libertinism". These positions made him gather popularity and tens of thousands of followers from conservative online groups, fact that made libright politics known in the Brazilian internet.
Phoenix Foundation is a libertarian foundation, that has several attempts (sometimes ever violent) to create independent to create Libertarian states in Bahamas and Pacific Ocean. In 1972 the Foundation began to construct a platform in the South Pacific. Part of a reef, normally a metre below sea level at high tide, was piled high with sand and a small stone platform was erected carrying the flag of the Republic of Minerva—a golden torch on a blue background. Claims of Tonga was recogonized by South Pacific Forum in September 1972. A Tongan expedition was sent to enforce the claim, arriving on 18 June 1972. The Flag of Tonga was raised on 19 June 1972 on North Minerva and on South Minerva on 21 June 1972.
How to Draw
Neolibertarianism is usually represented with a gold and black version of the NATO flag.
- Draw a ball with eyes
- Fill it Gold
- Draw a compass in black.
- Repeat it 4 times clockwise
- Draw a circle around the shape you have created
And you're done.
|Gold||#FFDA2C||255, 218, 44|
|Black||#141414||20, 20, 20|
- Draw a ball
- Fill it with blue
- Draw a yellow torch
- Add eyes
|Blue||#002395||0, 35, 149|
|Gold||#FAC421||250, 196, 33|
Neolibertarians are often made fun of by other libertarians because of their support of foreign wars and their willingness to pay tax to the state. Subsequently, they are sometimes called "Bootlickers."
- Neoconservatism - My main role model! Well, plus the statism.
Iraq was not a mistake!
- Neoliberalism - Best economic ideas.
- Zionism - Israel is the only free country in the Middle East and our greatest ally against the terrorists.
- Objectivism - The only other one in my quadrant who agrees with me on the Middle East and Manifest Destiny.
- LGBT Conservatism - The terrorists want to throw you off a roof? Not if we blow them up first!
- Girondism - You're almost at the peak of basedness.
- Pragerism - I love your videos!
- Sternenkoism - Ukrainian pal!
- Libertarianism - You only hate me because of my foreign policy.
- Libertarian Conservatism - We... kind of "get along". Barry Goldwater was extremely based and Ron Paul is a piece of garbage.
- Anarcho-Capitalism and Agorism - WTF?! If there is no state, then who will maintain the military?!
- Minarchism - I like how you want to use the state to secure freedom, but why don't you want to secure greater freedom?
- Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism - Quit it with the Progressivism.
- Trumpism - I like how you defeated ISIS, supported Israel, and made tax and regulation cuts; but that's about it.
- Right-Wing Populism - You can be pretty annoying except when not . Also,don't use my symbol in vein!
- Alt-Lite - We have common enemies and friends but please be less like them .
- Reactionary Liberalism - Same for you, I'll vote Israel Shaked's New Right for sure.
- Third Way - Spending money on welfare instead of warfare is bad idea.
- Feiglinism - Fellow libertarian Zionist, but what do you mean you hate NATO?
- Zemmourism - Another weirdew.
- Alt-Right - You hate Israel, you're against the war, and you're overall just downright unpleasant.
Also, stop harassing my younger sister.
- Alt-Right Libertarianism - You have guts for accusing me of being a faker. Come on, you're just like the guy above but you pretend to hate the state!
- Ba'athism - Iraq is free! How do ya like that, Saddam?
What do you mean it got worse?
- Confederatism - You got some nerve calling yourselves "freedom lovers" when you made your own country so you could keep black people in slavery.
- Islamic Theocracy - We're gonna replace you with sweet freedom, one way or another.
- Jihadism - They say they want to kill me for being free, and I take that quite seriously.
- Paleolibertarianism - When you're so non-interventionist that you unironically support tyrants like Assad, Putin and Xi. Such a libertarian thing to do. /s
- National Liberalism - They only want people in their own country to be free, but I want to bring freedom to all people in all countries!
- Marxism - Screw all them commies!
- Socialism - Screw those commies too.
- Marxism–Leninism - Screw you in particular!
- National Bolshevism - Screw you even more!
- Groyperism - STOP TRYING TO "GROPE" ME; YOU'RE A GARBAGE PERSON WITH GARBAGE BELIEFS!
- Phoenix Foundation
- liberty:positive and negative
- "Left" and "Right" - What Am I? by Mark Humphrys (a self-described "moderate libertarian neo-conservative")
- The New Libertarian
- Why Did So Many Libertarians Support the War? by Bryan Caplan
- Defense caucus (Libertarian party)
- Libertarians and the War by Randy Barnett
- Real libertarians stand with Taiwan, not Mao Zedong’s Communists by Jan Krepelka
- The Libertarian Case for Drug Prohibition by Timothy Hsiao
- Pro-war is the new anti-war by Jan Krepelka
- Justice:Alternative Political Perspectives by James P. Sterba
- The Pursuit of Justice by James P. Sterba
Credit: TheGhostOfInky's drawing
Credit: u/Maxx-c, Source
- ↑ Goldwater was consistently opposed to segregation, only opposing the Civil Rights Act of 1964 because he viewed some parts as unconstitutional.
- ↑  (not actually a real ben shapiro tweet)
- ↑ https://youtu.be/QB2drJIWI7Y
- ↑ https://youtu.be/bzycqlMjxDs